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This is interesting for your iOS folks. There’s a new Kickstarter in town for something called the HyperCube. It’s an interesting little device that sits in between your phone’s charger cable and the USB socket and provides a microSD slot as well as a USB slot for plugging in a hard drive, SSD or flash […]

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In most countries, it’s illegal to drink and drive. But in Japan, it has now been proclaimed illegal to fly a drone while drunk. A new law has banned drunk droning, and the offenders could end up in prison for up to one year. The new law came into force this week, and it targets […]

The post Don’t drink and fly a drone in Japan or you could wind up in jail appeared first on DIY Photography.

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I’m seeing a little bit of speculation on social media after a new countdown timer has just appeared on the Hasselblad website. So soon after the announcement of the Fuji GFX 100, could this be the 100-megapixel follow up to the Hasselblad X1D? That’s what many believe Hasselblad will announce, although there is nothing specifically […]

The post A countdown timer showed up on the Hasselblad website – Is the X1D Mark II (X2D?) on the way? appeared first on DIY Photography.

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Despite Sony’s popularity with cameras, TVs, Walkmans, and other doohickies, one of their most successful units within the company has been their semiconductor division. The semiconductor division was actually spun off as a separate company back in 2015, but has remained a wholly-owned subsidiary of Sony, who retains complete control. Now, Daniel Loeb, an American […]

The post One of Sony’s investors is calling for them to spin off their sensor division appeared first on DIY Photography.

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More and more modern phones come with an ultra-wide-angle camera. When it’s a front camera, it lets you capture more people into a group selfie. However, those heads near the edges of the frame will get distorted. A group of researchers has come up with a new method for dealing with this problem. They have […]

The post This algorithm is a new way to fix distortion in your wide-angle selfies appeared first on DIY Photography.

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After the University of Houston used a photo by Jim Olive without permission, the photographer decided to sue. However, Texas appeals court has now ruled out that the University doesn’t have to pay the photographer for the use of his image. As a public institution, the university claims that it has sovereign immunity, so it […]

The post Texas institutions can use your copyrighted photos for free, court rules appeared first on DIY Photography.

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Shortly after it was first aired, TV series Chernobyl took the world by storm. Expectedly, its enormous popularity has taken even more tourists to already quite visited abandoned town of Pripyat. One Instagrammer even set a nude photo shoot at the nuclear disaster site. So, Chernobyl writer, Craig Mazin, recently publicly asked people to respect […]

The post “Chernobyl” writer asks tourists to respect the site after nude photo shoots in Pripyat [NSFW] appeared first on DIY Photography.

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Nikkei reports that Nikon is planning to release a new mirrorless model during the 2019 fiscal year. Specifically, a lower midprice model that sits below the Z6 and will have a retail cost of around $900. And Nikkan Kogyo Shimbun, a newspaper specialised in Japanese manufacturer, reports that Nikon’s new CEO, Mr Umadate, says that […]

The post Nikon to release a $900 mid-level and a high end D5-equivalent mirrorless cameras appeared first on DIY Photography.

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It sometimes seems like the phrase “with great power comes great responsibility” has never been more true than with Adobe Photoshop. Originally released in 1990, Photoshop has grown into an application that offers both the most amazing possibilities ever available to photographers as well as the option to potentially do harm by manipulating images to […]

The post Adobe Research and UC Berkeley can detect facial manipulations in photographs appeared first on DIY Photography.

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Remember when Google cloud storage used to be quite simple? You had one account to which you uploaded pretty much anything and then it was available everywhere? Yeah, well, not so much anymore. Starting from July 10th, Google will completely separate Google Photos from Google Drive. This means that if you currently back up your […]

The post Google Drive is separating from Google Photos – Here’s how to keep your photos synced appeared first on DIY Photography.

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